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I would like to try to do this at the beginning of each year – that is, post titles and links to abstracts of all the glute and hip thrust related studies that might be useful in some way to strength and conditioning. Here they are, in no particular order of importance or chronology:

  1. Traditional Versus Optimum Power Load Training in Professional Cyclists: A Randomized Controlled Trial
  2. Pushing up or pushing out-an initial investigation into horizontal- versus vertical-force training on swimming start performance: a pilot study
  3. Novel Assessment of Isometric Hip Extensor Function: Reliability, Joint Angle Sensitivity, and Concurrent Validity
  5. Neuromuscular variations in the gluteal region – Embryological basis and clinical significance
  6. A comprehensive biomechanical analysis of the barbell hip thrust
  7. Kinetics in lumbosacral and lower-limb joints of sprinters during barbell hip thrust compared to deadlift and back squat
  8. Force-velocity-power profiling of maximal effort sprinting, jumping and hip thrusting: Exploring the importance of force orientation specificity for assessing neuromuscular function
  9. Activation of the Gluteus Maximus During Performance of the Back Squat, Split Squat, and Barbell Hip Thrust and the Relationship With Maximal Sprinting
  11. Postactivation potentiation effects of Back Squat and Barbell Hip Thrust exercise on vertical jump and sprinting performance
  12. In-Season Hip Thrust vs. Back Squat Training in Female High School Soccer Players
  13. The Effects of the Barbell Hip Thrust on Post-Activation Performance Enhancement of Change of Direction Speed in College-Aged Men and Women
  14. Effects of heavy barbell hip thrust vs back squat on subsequent sprint performance in rugby players
  15. The Influence of Sagittal Plane Hip Position on Lower-Extremity Muscle Activity and Torque Output
  16. Acute Effects of Elastic Bands as Resistance or Assistance on EMG, Kinetics, and Kinematics During Deadlift in Resistance-Trained Men
  17. The Effects of Barbell Placement on Kinematics and Muscle Activation Around the Sticking Region in Squats
  18. The Activation of Gluteal, Thigh, and Lower Back Muscles in Different Squat Variations Performed by Competitive Bodybuilders: Implications for Resistance Training
  19. Is the Occurrence of the Sticking Region in Maximum Smith Machine Squats the Result of Diminishing Potentiation and Co-Contraction of the Prime Movers among Recreationally Resistance Trained Males?
  20. Trunk and lower limb muscularity in sprinters: what are the specific muscles for superior sprint performance?
  21. The effect of back squat depth and load on lower body muscle activity in group exercise participants
  22. The Effects of Gluteal Strength and Activation on the Relationship Between Femoral Alignment and Functional Valgus Collapse During a Single-Leg Landing
  23. Electromyographic Comparison of Five Lower-Limb Muscles between Single- and Multi-Joint Exercises among Trained Men
  24. Gluteus and posterior thigh muscle sizes in sprinters: Their distributions along muscle length
  25. Lower limb muscle activation during outdoor running: differences between sprinters, middle-distance and long-distance runners
  26. Muscle size of individual hip extensors in sprint runners: Its relation to spatiotemporal variables and sprint velocity during maximal velocity sprinting
  27. Muscle activation during single leg squat is affected by position of the nonstance limb
  28. Hip and Knee Extensor Activation During the Hip Thrust and Rear-Foot-Elevated Split Squat in Trained Females
  29. Comparison of Electromyographic Activity During Hip Extension Exercises Under Gravitational or Inertial Loading Conditions
  30. Comparison of Muscle Activity in Three Single-Joint, Hip Extension Exercises in Resistance-Trained Women
  31. Hamstring and gluteal activation during high-speed overground running: Impact of prior strain injury
  32. Influence of simulated hip muscle weakness on hip joint forces during deep squatting
  33. Electromyographical Differences Between the Hyperextension and Reverse-Hyperextension
  34. Comparison of EMG Activity between Single-Leg Deadlift and Conventional Bilateral Deadlift in Trained Amateur Athletes – An Empirical Analysis
  35. Influence of Trunk Position during Three Lunge Exercises on Muscular Activation in Trained Women
  36. Hip and Core Muscle Activation During High-Load Core Stabilization Exercises
  37. Corticomotor excitability of gluteus maximus and hip extensor strength: The influence of sex
  38. New Insights About the Sticking Region in Back Squats: An Analysis of Kinematics, Kinetics, and Myoelectric Activity
  39. Effects of abdominal drawing-in maneuver with or without prior iliopsoas stretching on gluteus maximus activity during prone hip extension
  40. Activation of the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and tensor fascia lata muscles during hip internal and external rotation exercises at three hip flexion postures
  41. A Biomechanical Comparison of the Safety-Bar, High-Bar and Low-Bar Squat around the Sticking Region among Recreationally Resistance-Trained Men and Women
  42. Influence of hip and knee positions on gluteus maximus and hamstrings contributions to hip extension torque production
  43. Effects of Stance Width and Barbell Placement on Kinematics, Kinetics, and Myoelectric Activity in Back Squats
  44. Influence of stance width and toe direction on medial knee contact force during bodyweight squats
  45. Intramuscular fat in gluteus maximus for different levels of physical activity
  46. Neuromuscular responses of the hamstring and lumbopelvic muscles during unanticipated trunk perturbations
  47. The Reliability and Validity of Gluteal Endurance Measures (GEMs)

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